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High school, adult student scholarships are available through Todd-Wadena Electric Cooperative

The applications need to be postmarked by Feb. 25. A list of application requirements are listed on the TWEC website at toddwadena.coop/educational/scholarships/.

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Todd-Wadena Electric Cooperative has scholarships available for high school and adult students.

Scholarships are made available with unclaimed capital credits. After a period of seven years, Minnesota law allows cooperatives to use unclaimed capital credits for charitable or educational purposes.

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Each year, Todd-Wadena is able to use the unclaimed capital credits to offer student scholarships in this service area. There are up to four $1,000 scholarships to graduating high school seniors and up to two $1,000 scholarships to adult students for 2022. Scholarships must be postmarked by Feb. 25.

A list of application requirements are listed on the TWEC website at toddwadena.coop/educational/scholarships/ .

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